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One day I was sitting with my girlfriend in her basement. I got sexually aroused and may have had a pre-ejaculatory drip due to my arousal. There was a wet round spot on my pants. She was like "Whats that?" and touched it, there was NO ejaculation. She (at least an hour later)touched her vagina *possibly* with that hand. She claimed she had in itch, and she never went "up". Well a little over 48 hours after this happened, I "fingered" her, and now am worried that she might get pregnant. Note up until today, when the fingering happened, we have both bathed since, and actually just came in from swimming in a pool. Am I in a bad spot? I'm only 16 and a good christian and don't want to screw myself over,I know this will likely drive me to abstinance for sure however.

Please help me [Frown]

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You have no risk whatsoever here. [Smile]

In order for there to be a viable pregnancy risk, semen must come in contact with the vulva. If the semen/pre-ejaculate is dry, as it would have been in this case, there is no risk: If it's dry, the sperm are dead. That takes about 20 minutes or so.

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